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We got to lock up Stephenson first. Amirite?

*sigh*

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I don't like the idea of a $7 million per bench player.

Yeah that's upsetting.

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We only pay him 2 million because of amnesty right?

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I was reading that a team would have to bid 2 mill to get him. Does that mean we only have to pay him 2 mill a year?

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I was reading that a team would have to bid 2 mill to get him. Does that mean we only have to pay him 2 mill a year?

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That is the way I understand it, but others might know more

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That is the way I understand it, but others might know more

I don't know how it works but if we only have to pay him 2 mill then that would be a great deal. I know a bunch of these low Ignorant UNC fans don't want him because he went to Duke but for that price you would be retarded to say no.

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I'm not familiar with signing amnestied players.

I know we got Haywood after he was amnestied but I can't remember the details.

I defer to Omega.

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That is the way I understand it, but others might know more

The highest bidder gets him if I understand correctly. If Atlanta bids 3 million and we bid 4 we get him. Just however highly we value him and willing to pay

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When a player is amnestied he is put on waivers and other teams have to bid on them. For Brendan Haywood the winning bid was $2 million. Whoever bids the highest gets him, at whatever price that happens to be. The bid cannot exceed the previous contract ($16 million per in this case).

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Can we quit bashing UNC fans...

I'm a huge Carolina fan and most of the time I'm the only one defending guys like Henderson, McBob, etc...

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We need experience at PF if we don't get lance I'd take boozer

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That is the way I understand it, but others might know more

 

teams under the cap can bid on the amnestied player, and their bid allows them to pay a portion of the player's salary, with the original team paying the rest (so if boozer's salary was $15m and the heat bid $2m for him, the heat would pay $2m and the bulls would pay $13m, but he would only count towards the heat's cap). if no team bids, they become a free agent.

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